Civil Liberties Organization has threatened to sue the Rivers State Government if it fails to create the 5000 civil service jobs it promised people of the state.
Clifford Solomon, Chairman of the Organization, made this known in a chat with journalists in Port Harcourt, on Thursday.
According to him, the time is ripe for the jobs, adding that failure of the state government to act fast would result to legal action.
Recall that other organizations and stakeholders had blasted the state government over its failure to keep to its promise.
The State Governor had few months ago said the 5000 youths would be employed before he leaves office in 2023.
The State government two years ago approved the employment of 5000 youths into the state civil service.
Thousands of Rivers indigenes and non-indigenes submitted applications for the jobs.